Intermediate and Skills Development Tying Class





Class: Classic Freshwater Streamers
Date/Time: February 10, 2018, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Maximum Size: 10
Instructor: Ian Anderson
Cost: $20.00


Synopsis of Class

There are more fly patterns being fished today then ever before and many are very productive.  Using new materials, new hooks, and tying in new ways has produced many hours of fun fly tying and fly fishing.  However, the old patterns that have been around for many years (even hundreds of years) are just as productive today as they were when considered "new".

Streamer fishing is one of the oldest methods of fly fishing around.  There are many great streamer patterns being fished these days and many of the "classic" patterns are still used everyday.  We have many people who tie flies inquire as to how to tie some of these classic patterns.  Some people what to fish them and some simply want to tie some flies that are traditional, colorful and timeless. 

This class is designed to teach tiers some great classic streamers that look great and fish every well. Whether you are wanting to start a new fly tying style or looking to add some great flies to your fly box for your next outing, come by this Saturday and have fun tying some classic streamers. 

All tying material will be provided. You will need to bring the following tying equipment.

  • A vise
  • A bobbin
  • Tying Thread for this class,
    - Wapsi UTC Ultra Thread 70 or 140 Denier, Black and White
  • Hair Stacker
  • Head Cement
  • Bodkin
  • Scissors (Good sharp scissors!)
  • Half hitch tools and/or Whip Finish Tool


The flies you will tie in this class are,


The Ballou Special


Black Max

Recipe Sheets

You can sign up online, call us at 317-570-9811 or send us an note to let us know you want to enroll in the class. Just make certain to enroll today!